Mens World

Travelling to Iran

Tourists have made it a habit of portraying Iran as an unbelievable miracle in the forbidding Middle Eastern desert — an ironic development for a country that has held a central position in the geography,

The Best Paragliding spots in India

“The government doesn’t consider paragliding a sport,” says Manoj Roy, president, Paragliding Association of India (PAI). Things are changing, though, with the PAI and the Billing Paragliding Association (BPA) having hosted the 2015 Paragliding World

Gunehar: A Village In Himachal Pradesh That’s Also An Art Gallery

Around two hours drive from the Dharamshala airport, off the highway leading to Mandi and nestled in the Kangra valley, is a small Himalayan village that is trying to make its presence felt on the Himachal tourism map, thanks to Frank Schlichtmann, a German Indophile who

Trekking The Inca Trail

“People used to be travellers… Now they’re tourists,” writes Mark Adams in Turn Right at Machu Picchu, quoting his guide John Lievers on his trek along the Inca trails. The book is, in turn, my

48 hours in Copenhagen

Go on a cruise This is the perfect way to soak in the city’s sights, as well as its seafaring past. Cruises start from the colourful Nyhavn (New Harbour) lined by picture-postcard, multicoloured houses. You

Road Trippin in Kyrgyzstan

An upcoming guided motorcycle tour by an Indian travel start-up – Embarq Motoring Experienceswill take its participants through the vastly unexplored country of Kyrgyzstan. For those unable to place the former Soviet republic on the

Tata Ups The Ante With The New Hexa

Eight years ago, Tata Motors was a very different company. It had just acquired Jaguar Land Rover in the hope that it would build better cars itself, someday. At the same time, it had another